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    Homemade Grout Cleaner -- 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup household ammonia, 1/4 cup white vinegar, 7 cups warm water

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tile & grout cleaner: 1/4 cup baking soda 1/4 cup household ammonia 1/8 cup white vinegar 3 1/3 cups warm water Read more at: www.food.com/...

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Use Clorox pen to "trace" discolored grout; leave on for at least 5 minutes and wipe clean!

14cup bleach, 34cup baking soda, old toothbrush. I put it on the cracks and let it sit for an hr. took a brush, scrubbed it off and didn't have to scrub hard, just had to get the hardened mixture off and rinsed with hot water

grout cleaning... so need to do this on the bathroom floor... previous owner was gross!!!

Grout cleaner 1/2 c baking soda 1/3 c. ammonia, 1/4 c. white vinegar and 7 c. warm water....I will be trying this!

Grout Cleaner Simply pour baking soda into a bowl and slowly add hydrogen peroxide until you have the consistency of paste. Spread it over the grout lines and press it in while you’re spreading. Then leave it for awhile. Then using warm water and a cloth simply wipe down the counters being sure to scrub the grout lines as you work.

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(From pin idea source: Pour baking soda into a bowl and slowly add hydrogen peroxide until you have the consistency of paste. Spread it over the grout lines and press it in while you’re spreading. Then leave it for awhile. Then using warm water and a cloth simply wipe down the counters being sure to scrub the grout lines as you work.)

home made grout cleaner. I don't know what got into me to actually try this today on my BLACK (used to be offwhite) grout in my kitchen and HOLY MOLY GUACAMOLE. This is utterly amazing. Baking Soda and Bleach paste, used a toothbrush and a few drops of water to make it more scrubby. The grime literally runs off.